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cpsrvd.so segfaults

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by nickp666, Feb 10, 2009.

  1. nickp666

    nickp666 Well-Known Member

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    Wondering if anyone else is seeing these?

    cpsrvd.so seems to be segfaulting randomly on a CentOS 4.7 system running any of the 2.6.9-78 smp kernels on CURRENT 11.24.4-C33868

    Code:
    Feb  8 21:21:53 servername kernel: cpsrvd.so[31889] trap invalid operand rip:2a95e35184 rsp:7fbffff950 error:0
    Feb  9 14:57:12 servername kernel: cpsrvd.so[17552] trap invalid operand rip:2a95e35184 rsp:7fbffff950 error:0
    Feb  9 21:21:47 servername kernel: cpsrvd.so[8914] trap invalid operand rip:2a95e35184 rsp:7fbffff950 error:0
    Feb 10 14:28:13 servername kernel: cpsrvd.so[30972] trap invalid operand rip:2a95e35184 rsp:7fbffff950 error:0
    cPanel's envtype binary also seems to be doing the same - although running this manually produces no segfaults:

    Code:
    Feb  8 21:21:51 servername kernel: envtype[31869] trap invalid operand rip:2a95e35184 rsp:7fbffffa20 error:0
    Feb  9 14:57:11 servername kernel: envtype[17533] trap invalid operand rip:2a95e35184 rsp:7fbffffa20 error:0
    Feb  9 21:21:46 servername kernel: envtype[8895] trap invalid operand rip:2a95e35184 rsp:7fbffffa20 error:0
    Feb 10 14:28:12 servername kernel: envtype[30948] trap invalid operand rip:2a95e35184 rsp:7fbffffa20 error:0
    Any advice would be greatly appreciated as this is generating a lot of core dumps!

    TIA
     
  2. cPanelNick

    cPanelNick Administrator
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    Please open a ticket @ https://tickets.cpanel.net/submit/ with ATTN: Nick in the subject

    Is it a xen system by chance?
     
  3. nickp666

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    Nope, its a dedi - opening ticket now, thanks
     
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    Same Problem

    Hi,

    Im having the same problem, how did you solve it?

    Thank you!
     
  5. nickp666

    nickp666 Well-Known Member

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    Its still not solved, apparently (according to Nick @ cPanel) it is an error in the xen detection logic, and therefore nothing to worry about - I've been waiting for a fix but it hasnt appeared yet
     
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